"Square Wave" by Mark de Silva

Bookshots: 'Square Wave' by Mark de Silva

Review by Christopher Shultz
A not-so-dystopian dystopian debut novel with a literary bent.
'Seeing Red' by Lina Meruane

Bookshots: 'Seeing Red' by Lina Meruane

Review by Leah Rhyne
February 23, 2016 (1) comments
A look at a Spanish-language novel, translated into English, that celebrates the love of words and sight and all things beautiful.
Bookshots: ‘The Blood Strand’ by Chris Ould

Bookshots: ‘The Blood Strand’ by Chris Ould

Review by Dean Fetzer
A detective from England returns to the Faroe Islands after his father is found unconscious in his car. Looking for answers about his past, he gets involved in solving that riddle and a murder.
Bookshots: 'Lovecraft Country' by Matt Ruff

Bookshots: 'Lovecraft Country' by Matt Ruff

Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of 'Lovecraft Country' by Matt Ruff.
Bookshots: 'Interior Darkness' by Peter Straub

Bookshots: 'Interior Darkness' by Peter Straub

February 16, 2016 (1) comments
This short story collection will linger in your head long after you've put it down.
Bookshots: 'Cities I’ve Never Lived In' by Sara Majka

Bookshots: 'Cities I’ve Never Lived In' by Sara Majka

Review by Freddie Moore
A look inside Sara Majka’s debut story collection.
Bookshots: 'A Collapse of Horses' by Brian Evenson

Bookshots: 'A Collapse of Horses' by Brian Evenson

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
February 11, 2016 (1) comments
A collection of horrifying literature and literary horror.
Bookshots: 'December Boys' by Joe Clifford

Bookshots: 'December Boys' by Joe Clifford

Review by Max Booth III
Jay Porter returns in Clifford's follow-up to 'Lamentation'.
Bookshots: 'The Final Programme: The Cornelius Quartet 1' by Michael Moorcock

Bookshots: 'The Final Programme: The Cornelius Quartet 1' by Michael Moorcock

Review by Leah Dearborn
A bit of camp, but worthwhile reading for science fiction fans who want to trace the progression of both the author and the genre he partially helped to form.
Bookshots: 'A Decent Ride' by Irvine Welsh

Bookshots: 'A Decent Ride' by Irvine Welsh

Review by Brandon Tietz
Irvine Welsh returns to Edinburgh, the home of "Trainspotting," with a new novel featuring one of his most iconic and beloved characters — 'Juice' Terry Lawson.